“It takes time to make time” is one of the key aspects of being organised. When you’re learning how to do that, it helps to be specific about what you’d like to achieve. For example:
What do you want to do?
“Map out my schedule two days at a time” is better than “Plan my schedule”.
When are you going to do it and for how long?
“Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings, for 15 minutes” is better than “A few mornings a week”.
Where will you do it?
“In the kitchen after breakfast” is better than “In the morning”.
Who will do it with you?
“My husband” is better than “Yes, I’d like someone to help”.